Mark Cuban Drops A Mind-Blowing Prediction About A Controversial Altcoin

The optimistic predictions about cryptos continue to pour into the crypto market these days.

According to the latest reports coming from the online publication the Daily Hodl, Mark Cuban says one widely-followed and controversial altcoin is poised to skyrocket in value.

DOGE is set to surge 1,900%

On Twitter, he told his followers that he believes Dogecoin (DOGE) is set to ascend 1,900% from its current price of $0.05.

The online publication the Daily Hodl noted that last week, the Dallas Mavericks owner revealed that his NBA team decided to accept DOGE as payment for game tickets and merchandise.

“Cuban’s bullish statements on the coin that began as a joke in 2013 come amid reports that the NBA has created a blockchain advisory that will explore how the league can use blockchain technology for business applications,” the online publication notes.

As you probably know by now, Elon Musk has also been boosting the same digital asset via his Twitter account.

Someone said: “I’m legit hyped for the public release of @FlareNetworks this month. It’s BIG for dogecoin. On the flare network, #dogecoin as a fully native token will be capable of smart contracts, transact in 3-4 seconds with lower than 1 cent fees. HUGE.”

Another follower posted this: “I love #Dogecoin and the family we all became through this awesome experience. Suppose you have less than 10k DogeCoins retweet this. I’m sharing the wealth and helping out our brothers and sisters of this community. 500 coins for 1 lucky winner. Make sure to post your QR wallet code!”

Stay tuned for more news, and keep your eyes peeled on the market.

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